How to get free legal advice.

How to Get Free Legal Advice 
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Free legal advice can be incredibly wild on the internet. People from amateurs to experts all contribute, but many times it is very inaccurate due to the varying state laws that differ from one another. Also, many "know it all types" answer things that they have no idea what they are talking about. Sometimes the person that answers is an actual lawyer that will answer your legal questions on certain forums. I'm going to share with you great ways to find truthful and sound free legal advice on the internet! Since we know how expensive lawyers can be, by simply following these steps you will save money on legal advice.

Steps to get Free Legal Advice

First, it begins with asking applicable questions in good legal forums. If you have a legal question, no matter where you ask, you must include the state that you are asking about. This will prompt more experts to answer your question. It will also attract more experts to answer your question because they will see that the asker has a general understanding of law since he or she mentioned their state. So if you have a question about child support, family, ticket, criminal, or civil law or legal question, start your question with the state that you live in. Never leave that out or many experts will just look over it because they know you are wasting your breath. State laws vary incredibly and in order to get free legal advice one must include their state.

The second step is to know how to avoid specifics. Never give your name or case numbers freely over the internet. Also know to avoid very open forums such as yahoo answers, as you don't know if it's an 8 year old kid just out to give you a hard time. Free legal advice can be very accurate on the internet, but you must be sure that you do not give out any specifics about yourself. Also, giving out specifics can jeopardize the outcome of certain cases.

Many legal and law forums (such as www.expertlaw.com/forums) are an excellent place to start asking. Many people in these law specific forums are students of law, ex law enforcement, and former judges. If somebody gives you bad free legal advice it is usually dealt with by others calling it out. This forum is free and open to the public and the advice can help you save money on simple questions that you may have for a lawyer.

Be sure to try to find attorneys in your area and email them your legal question (along with asking what their charges are to represent you). Many times, they will be happy to answer 1 to 2 free legal questions and give advice so long as they think you may be willing to give them some business. Some may consider this a cheap way to get free legal advice, but it is a good way and most often works.

Being anonymous can also help asking about troubling free legal advice or questions. You can use alias email accounts & ask questions on open forums and to lawyers this way. Of course most legal questions are completely free to ask online and can really save money versus asking while paying an attorney. I would advise people remain courteous though when asking anything online whether it is an attorney or an open forum since the answerers are doing you a favor!

More Ways to get Free Legal Advice

Though not as authoritative as asking an attorney, many legal questions can be asked to trusted friends and family. Often they will know some of the answers or at least know of somebody who has encountered a similar legal situation as you did. Family and friends can be an extremely valuable source of getting free legal advice and one that is frequently overlooked by people.

Another excellent method is to research legal books at a public library. Try to find government issued law books as well as stories of cases that are similar to yours. Often you will be able to find interesting materials that may pertain to the legal situation that you may have. You can read some of the outcomes, defenses that were used, things that were sued for, or defenses against lawsuits. The library will also contain full reference books such as the Penal laws of your state and Civil laws. These books should contain all the free legal advice that any person should be able to understand. It will help you feel more secure as you seek the advice and counsel of an attorney.

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